This case is interesting and important as it provides guidance to practitioners for, not only when a Will is challenged based on a want of knowledge and approval, but also for Norris J’s comments [...]
The case of Morris v Davies dealt with determining which law applied to the deceased’s succession. More specifically, was the deceased’s English law Will valid or should Belgian succession laws [...]
It is amazing that in this day and age the Budget speech the Chancellor makes has the build-up it does and then the inevitable analysis and comment follows
Frequently personal representatives are faced with the problem of having to distribute the estate to missing or uncooperative beneficiaries. For a variety of different reasons, beneficiaries may [...]
First Will writing and now probate and estate administration services – the Legal Services Consumer Panel has just recommended to the Legal Services Board that probate and estate administration [...]
The decision of Mrs N V Pawson’s Personal Representative v HMRC  UK FTT 51 has allowed a BPR claim on a FHL cottage.